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High Performance Learning with 70-20®

Fort Hill Company

70-20 Conversation with Sarah Yamagata, Head of Learning & Development. Question 1: Describe an innovation you or your team have recently implemented involving experiential and/or social learning. Areas of focus include developing market mastery and specialization across the board, as well as building a strong leadership and management pipeline to support rapid growth. Question 3: What was your team’s greatest insight or learning from the experience?

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 2

Fort Hill Company

In Part 1 of our Learning Campaigns Blog series, we highlighted data from a number of clients using Fort Hill’s 70-20 learning activation platform to support their learning initiatives. Some were designed as extended learning campaigns and others as standalone challenge initiatives. In both cases, 70-20 was used to support a specific development program, topic or project. Part 2 – Use Learning Campaigns to Improve Performance Outcomes.

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 1

Fort Hill Company

For the first time we now have a line of sight to metrics that help us evaluate the impact of delivering learning in an extended campaign format, rather than as a single event. Using data gathered from a variety of Fort Hill’s clients who have implemented the 70-20® learning activation platform, we can now assess the relative value of learning journeys vs. standalone courses. The 70:20:10 approach fundamentally shifts the focus from course delivery to performance improvement.

Learning is Behaviour Change: why is it often so hard to help it happen?

Performance Learning Productivity

A fascinating article recently published on the Fast Company blog should be required reading for all learning and talent professionals as well as for leaders and managers. In fact learning is behaviour change above all else. They learn it experientially and socially.

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What corporates can learn from the Top 10 Tools for Learning 2012

Jane Hart

On 1 October I released the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 list , and in my introductory analysis I said. If your organization doesn’t like the idea of using Twitter for company conversations, then the next best thing is to set up some sort of corporate company (Twitter-like) network.